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Old 02-22-2004, 04:54 PM   #1
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State/Regional Native Foods...

Daniel and I were talking last night about a Pork Roll sandwich and how you can only find it in New Jersey. You can get them in philly, but I have never seen one in New York. It's also called Taylor Ham...it's like a thick ham....it looks like a thich canadian bacon slice, but it's made from ground pork. It's soooo good.

What foods are native to your neck of the woods?
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Let's see.....

How about GOOD fajitas, tacos, burritos, tamales, chili, salsa, tortillas, jalapenos, cabrito, frijoles, and GOOD barbecue!!!!! Any of those found outside of Texas are cheap imitations!!!
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You guys must have some stomachs of steel down there!
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Nahhh....but I wish I had the Maalox and Alka-Seltzer franchises in Texas!!!
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mmmmm im cravin for hot tamales havent had em in years....frijoles too... curse u fruitbat!!! well good native foods here would be wurse(sausages) and beer.
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Since moving to Canada, I can't say I like any native food, or that I have even tried any (not a big steak lover). However, there are tons of great places to eat--Mexican, Chinese, Greek, Vietnamese....
I grew up on Long Island and have never heard of a Pork Roll sandwich or Taylor Ham. When I go home to visit, I always enjoy lots of PIZZA and calzones. I’m very picky though and will only get calzones from one place but there are a few tasty pizza places that I frequent.
While I lived in Moscow, ID, I enjoyed the take-and-bake pizza because you could get the crust crunchy and I liked eating at Mongolian BBQ (okay--neither are native!).
Now I want Italian food. Mmmmmm, I will be making meatballs and spaghetti tonight!
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Steamed Blue Crabs! best seafood on the planet, IMNSHO!!! hehehehehe...

Crabcakes, made from lump backfin, Chesapeake blue crab, of course!

Oysters, any way you like 'em.

Striped bass (we call it Rockfish), any way you like it.

Lots more seafood stuff...
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Oh jeeez.....I almost forgot about Gulf of Mexico shrimp, oysters, blue crab, redfish, spotted trout, and red snapper. Thanks for reminding me, corvuscorax!!
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I'm with cc, crabs crabs crabs, and old bay seasoning. I'm not native to the area, so the influx of crab was quite a shock.

In my native native home, Canada, we're big on fiddleheads (a fern that just sprouted out of the ground and is all curled up), kelp (type of seaweed), and lots and lots of alcohol (I'm Scots-Irish Canadian, not French).
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so, plants and booze, lol...sounds healthy enough!
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